Surveying and Planning through Electronic Applications and Referrals

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ePlan Video Tutorials

The demonstrative videos below have been created to assist with common ePlan tasks. They provide an easy to follow step by step procedural guide to complete these processes, with additional information on why these steps are required (where appropriate).

These videos have been created with AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018 with the Stringer ePlan plugin as this is currently the most common software used in Victoria.

Please check back over time to see new videos, or email us to provide feedback, or to suggest topics not currently covered.

Name Video

Tutorial Video 1 - Creating parcels

An introductory video on the use of polylines, bpoly and isolate commands to create ePlan compatible parcels.


Tutorial Video 2 - Company Settings

Setting up your company data correctly for your ePlan data, used across your current & future ePlan applications.

Tutorial Video 3 - Project Information

Specifying the organisation, surveyor, plan number and other information specific to a project.

Tutorial Video 4 - Extinguished parcels

A run through on how to enumerate extinguished parcels.

This covers the parcel identifier standards, title type, when to use the description text field, as well as parcel intent, and action.

Tutorial Video 5 - Street addressing

An explanation of the different fields available on the street address screen.

Addressing needs to be applied to extinguished parcels, existing parcels, and created Owners Corporations.

Tutorial Video 6 - Enumerate Lot / Stage Lot

A video on how to enumerate a newly created lot or stage lot.

This covers parcel identification, and which default values need to be modified on the parcel information screen.

Tutorial Video 7 - Enumerate Easement Geometry & Parcel Linkages

Creating easements for ePlan requires defining a geometry parcel to determine the extent and a non-spatial parcel to determine the specific easement details.

This tutorial covers this process, with best practice tips, as well as how to handle overlapping & multipart easements.